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GOVT1101 - Critical Research Task Answering "Is globalisation presenting a significant challenge to Australia's policy autonomy in regards to its human rights obligations"

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Structure Economy Political philosophy Abuse Culture Human rights Law Personhood Non-governmental organization International human rights law Civil society Sovereignty Lina Marcinkutė Kate Eastman
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Structure Economy Political philosophy Abuse Culture Human rights Law Personhood Non-governmental organization International human rights law Civil society Sovereignty Lina Marcinkutė Kate Eastman
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The sources chosen are Kate Eastman’s chapter “Australia’s Engagement with the United Nations” from the edited book, Contemporary Perspectives on Human Rights Law in Australia and the journal article “The Role of Human Rights NGO’s: Human Rights Defenders or State Sovereignty Destroyers ” by Lina Marcinkutė. The bibliography below outlines all the five sources that will be used to answer the essay. a) Summary Eastman’s chapter assesses the relationship between Australia and international human rights obligations. In particular, the chapter focuses on Australia’s commitment to the United Nations. First outlining briefly of Australia’s early efforts (Eastman, 2013, p.98), Eastman compares it to contemporary engagement through particular study on core treaties ratified by Australia in regards to human rights (E...
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